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Professionally led one hour yoga class, surrounded by playful, cuddly Nigerian Dwarf goats at an outdoor farm setting in Loganville, GA.
Ages 8+ with guardian present. Perfect for beginner to advanced students.
You must pre-register to attend.
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Come see Just Kidding Around Yoga and the goats of Double Durango Farm featured in print and video, and learn why the Goat Yoga craze is sweeping the country!
This one hour beginner-friendly yoga class is led by certified yoga instructor Beau Sellers. The addition of plenty of gentle Nigerian Dwarf goats provides great stress-relief and lots of smiles and laughs. Goats are very friendly, curious creatures. They are great at snuggling, and so much fun to watch play. We take photos for you during class, and allow plenty of time afterwards to mingle with the goats (and humans) and take additional photos.
Family friendly, ages 8+ with parent. Goat Yoga makes a great date activity or birthday surprise!
Class will be held outside in a fenced, well-maintained picturesque pasture area, but will be moved to a gorgeous indoor barn in the event of inclement weather.
Goat Yoga is simply a great time for all! Don't miss your chance to try this national craze on the most beautiful farm around!
Saturday November 24th 5 pm
Saturday December 15th 2 pm
Saturday January 19th 2 pm
**During the colder winter months, we will be offering only one class each month. Be sure to get tickets early to ensure your space is reserved!
You’ve Got Questions - We’ve Got Answers
Are there minimum age requirements for Goat Yoga?
Goat Yoga is best for ages 8+. We ask this for attention span of some younger children (we realize this does not apply to all younger children), as well as for the safety of the children and the goats.
What is the address? What about parking?
The address for Double Durango Farm is private. It will be emailed only to registered participants. The email will include detailed parking directions, as well as simple street directions in case your GPS isn't cooperative that day! There is plenty of space for free, off street parking in a large open field, no worries!
What should I bring/not bring with me?
We encourage you to bring a yoga mat or beach towel, and water. You are welcome to stand in the grass if preferred. Wear clothes that you are comfortable with a goat jumping or nibbling on, some prefer tshirts or dark colors since hooves can be scratchy or dirty times. Flip flops are nice for easy on/off. Goats are attracted to jewelry, less is more unless you want it eaten! Use your discretion of whether you want sunscreen, bug spray, phone, etc.
We will have a clean up crew in case of goat accidents. Pee and poo does occasionally happen, but goat poo is pellets that brush away easily. NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR PETS ALLOWED!
How is Just Kidding Around Goat Yoga different from other places?
Beau, our yoga instructor is well trained, and constantly reading to increase his yoga knowledge. We have teamed up with Double Durango Farm and we'd like to think we have the nicest setup around! We have a beautiful large fenced pasture dedicated to only goat yoga, and an indoor barn space as well for bad weather use. Dianne, the goat owner, is an expert in all things goat, including breeding, showing, and goat products. All of our goats are disbudded, which prevents injury from horns. The large herd size allows different goats to be used in different classes, so you'll have a new experience each time you come. Our prices are very reasonable, and our heart's desire is to make each guest smile and enjoy their time with us as much as the goats!
What is your refund policy?
No Refunds. Please contact us at least 48 hours prior to class by email if something should come up, so we can look at future dates to reschedule your class. If you do not contact us prior to class, and do not come to class, a refund or reschedule of that ticket will not be possible and you will need to register and purchase another ticket to attend a future class.